Elizabeth Baker on Feminist TikTok and problematic bangers.
Phoebe Eclair-Powell on working in lockdown, her journey into writing and tips for aspiring creatives.
Alexander Fadayiro on dancing in and out of lockdown, his top tips for sustaining a career in dance and his hopes for the industry going forward.
Zara Agha Picture this. It’s 2011. You’re grabbing a copy of Archie Comics, eagerly anticipating whether Archie will choose Betty or Veronica. 70 years on and he still hasn’t made up his […]
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Season 2 resumed recently after a hiatus from filming during the pandemic and the vibes were immaculately tumultuous. This week, the Queens competed in girl groups to win the Ru-RuVision song contest. The results were an LGBTQ+ anthem that both offended the ‘cis-tem’ and stormed the UK music charts. Iconic.
On 2nd March 2021, a young readers’ edition of Michelle Obama’s best-selling autobiography Becoming was released. Having felt inspired by Becoming as a young adult, I was delighted to hear that a young readers edition was going to be published.
Morgan Lloyd Malcolm on lockdown, writing for performance and advice for aspiring creatives.
I care too much to keep silent about that. I’m a Tory Girl in a Private School Boy’s Club and I’ve opened myself up to more abuse than it’s probably worth. Yet it’s up to me, and other women, to fight the stereotype more than ever. The Conservative Party are failing female representation.
If there’s one thing the Florence Given v Slumflower scandal has highlighted, it’s the snobbery surrounding ‘feminist 101’ books. Searching Twitter for both influencers’ names returns Tweets like: ‘loooool not Florence Given and The Slumflower fighting over who monetised the Pinterest quotes they shared on Instagram and put in a book’.
Sophie Stamford Just ten days into what many expect to be another pretty gloomy year, the cast of (well, most of it…) Sex and the City made the prospect of 2021 a […]